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SOLIDWORKS 2014 – Develop 3D Review

Monday October 14, 2013 at 4:30pm
 
“I think most users will find something in [SOLIDWORKS 2014] that either makes their daily working practices more efficient or allows them to be more productive.”
 
SOLIDWORKS 2014 has been recently reviewed by Digital 3D, an independent resource for all things digital. From the introduction of Environments, a series of preset user interfaces specifically targeted at different industry sectors and user types through to equation control at configuration level, Develop 3D explores the SOLIDWORKS 2014 Beta edition. 
 
'Build on strong foundations'
 
Focusing on key improvements the review pays particular attention to the introduction of a range of new tools and features now available within SOLIDWORKS. The Sketch picture scale allows for reference points to be added to an imported image with extreme precision whilst SOLIDWORKS 2014 continues to build upon strong foundations within SOLIDWORKS Simulation, Electrical and Plastics. 
 
The review is a much recommended way to take a look into the new features SOLIDWORKS 2014 can offer you and your business, don’t forget for even more information register for your local SOLIDWORKS 2014 launch event today.
 
SOLIDWORKS 2014 Develop 3D Review
 
By Lucy Appleby
Applications Engineer
 
 

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